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May Parish Letter

2 May 2022

May Parish Letter

Rev’d Ben Edwards

I’ve been thinking about Julian of Norwich, the 14th century Christian mystic who had powerful visions of Christ’s passion and God’s relationship to creation. One of the messages Christ gave her in her visions was, “All will be well, and all will be well, and all manner of things will be well”.

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St Peter's ACPM

10 April 2022

The Annual Parochial Church Meeting for St Peter's Church Thurston.

This will be held in the Church on Tuesday 26th April at 7.30 pm. The Annual Vestry meeting in the Church at 7.00pm precedes it. All are welcome. 
There will be a small number of vacancies to serve on the church council (PCC – our trustees). This is a really good way to help shape the future direction of your parish: do speak to Rev’d Ben, Pat or Irene if you are interested and would like to find out more. 
Nomination forms for PCC members can be found at the back of the church.
We look forward to seeing you at the meeting.

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Mothering Sunday Services

23 March 2022

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Meeting Point Community Cafe Update

1 February 2022

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Due to the current Covid 19 situation we have taken the decision to pause the Meeting Point Café on a Wednesday until further notice. 

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Living in Love and Faith

11 January 2022

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23 May 2021


During the present crisis the demand for goods and donations to help 
families who are struggling has been like never before. At the present time they are short of tins of baked beans and tinned tomatoes.

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The Messenger (Gt Barton) Online

6 January 2021

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